Ms. Kluaymai Promdee
Chair of the School
The School of Physical Therapy of the Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences comprises four departments: Department of Orthopedics, Department of Pediatrics, Department of Neurology, and Department of Cardiopulmonary. The School has 26 teaching staff, 42% of whom are master’s degree holders, while 58% hold doctoral degrees. 23% of the teaching staff has attained the title of associate professor, and 54% are assistant professors. The School offers an undergraduate program in Physical Therapy and two graduate programs – a master’s degree program in Physical Therapy and a doctoral degree program in Human Movement Science.
The School of Physical Therapy is an institution of excellence in physical therapy and is a learning-based and Isan community strengthening-based institution.
The mission of the School of Physical Therapy consists of the following:
- To produce graduates corresponding to the needs of the Faculty, the University, and the community.
- To promote the research to help alleviate the problems of the community
- To be a center of innovative technology transfer.
- To promote professional standards in physical therapy.
- To preserve and promote the arts and culture of the community, the region, and the country.
- To support local wisdom development.
- To be an institution that values good governance.